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Received June 29, 7.20 a.m. China and the Peace Conference, London, June 28 China wishes'to bo represented at the Washington Peace Conferenca. The China Station. No British battleships remain on the China station. The Transvaal Constitution, The Transvaal authorities have decided to register only soldiers possessing private means, leaving others to establish their rights m Courts. There is much political excitement, many holding that the Hetvolbs agitation is designed to drive a wedge into the constitution through the disfranohisement of the military and constabulary. N.Z. Exhibits at Earls' CourtExcellent exhibits were shown of New Zealand refrigerated meat, poultry anddairy produce at Earls' Court, Crystal Palace. The Army Stores Scandal. , Colonel Bromley-Davenport, Financial Secretary of the War Office, has declared that it is absurd to assert that seven millions were lost through the sale of war Btores j -£6,400,000 was realised, and even the remaining £600,000 was not lost, since Lord Kitchener over-estimated the realisable value of surplus stores. Cause of the Armenian Massacres. Constantinople, June 28 The trouble at Erivaa was due •to the appointment of General Tlikhmoff as Governor. He, is a Mahomtnedan, and did not interfere with the massacre of Armenians, nor did he interfere at the Baku massacres, which it is likely initiated the Krivan trouble.

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THE LATEST., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6608, 29 June 1905

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THE LATEST. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6608, 29 June 1905

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